1 new coronavirus-related death and more than 87 new COVID-19 cases reported statewide – Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Hawaii Department of Health authorities today reported one brand-new coronavirus-related death and 87 brand-new infections, bringing the states overalls since the start of the pandemic to 444 fatalities and 27,838 cases.
No even more info was instantly offered relating to the most current death, which Blagiardi stated in a tweet today was reported on Oahu.
The states official coronavirus-related death toll includes 353 fatalities on Oahu, 53 on Hawaii island, 34 on Maui, one on Kauai, and three Hawaii citizens who passed away outside the state.
The U.S. coronavirus-related death toll today was more than 524,000 and the across the country infection tally is more than 28.9 million.
Todays new statewide infection cases consist of 33 on Oahu, 42 on Maui, eight on Hawaii island, and 4 citizens identified outside of Hawaii, according to state health officials in an email to the Star-Advertiser. As an outcome of upgraded info, state health officials said 2 Oahu cases were eliminated from the counts. Roughly half of the Maui cases belong to a cluster of cases at Maui Community Correctional Center, according to health authorities.
The data launched today reflect the new infection cases reported to the department on Thursday.
The overall number of coronavirus cases by island since the start of the break out are 22,086 on Oahu, 2,264 in Hawaii County, 2,315 on Maui, 184 on Kauai, 108 on Lanai and 27 on Molokai. There are also 854 Hawaii residents who were diagnosed beyond the state.
Health authorities also stated today that of the states overall infection count, 674 cases were thought about to be active. Officials say they think about infections reported in the previous 14 days to be a “proxy number for active cases.” The number of active cases in the state increased by 35 today.
By island, Oahu has 346 active cases, Maui has 287, the Big Island has 37, and Kauai has 4. Molokai and Lanai have no active cases.
Health authorities counted 5,284 new COVID-19 test results in todays tally, for a 1.65% statewide positivity rate. The states 7-day typical positivity rate is 1%, according to the Hawaii COVID-19 Data dashboard.
Of all the confirmed Hawaii infection cases, 1,898 have required hospitalizations, with five brand-new hospitalizations reported today by state health officials.
Seven hospitalizations in the statewide count are Hawaii locals who were identified and treated outside the state. Of the 1,891 hospitalizations within the state, 1,635 have actually been on Oahu, 141 on Maui, 101 on the Big Island, 8 on Kauai, five on Lanai and one on Molokai.
According to the most recent info from the departments Hawaii COVID-19 Data control panel, an overall of 27 clients with the virus were in Hawaii health centers since Friday early morning, with five in intensive care units and 3 on ventilators.
The states Hawaii COVID-19 vaccine summary stated on Friday that 391,116 vaccines have actually been administered of the 496,050 gotten by the state. About 16.1% of the general population in Hawaii has actually received a minimum of one dosage of the vaccine, while about 64% of those ages 75 and over have gotten one dosage.
Of the administered vaccines, 367,622 were provided to the public and 23,494 were dispersed through the federal drug store program, authorities said.
Oahu moved into the less-restrictive Tier 3 of the citys four-tier financial recovery plan Thursday after remaining in Tier 2 considering that Oct. 22. Tier 3 allows outside and social recreational events of up to 10 people, and restaurants to seat 10 people at a table, up from 5 now. Tier 3 also enables funeral services with up to 25 participants, and group physical fitness classes inside with approximately 10 individuals. Gym capability can increase to 50%. Dining establishments and spiritual services can operate at full capacity as long as the establishments maintain 6 feet of distancing.
To move from Tier 3 to the least-restrictive Tier 4, the 7-day average of brand-new cases need to be listed below 20 on 2 successive Wednesdays. The earliest that Oahu might move into Tier 1 would be late March because it needs to stay in each tier for at least four weeks.
Todays seven-day average case count for Oahu is 26 and the seven-day typical positivity rate is 1.0%, according to Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi.

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Todays brand-new statewide infection cases include 33 on Oahu, 42 on Maui, eight on Hawaii island, and 4 citizens diagnosed outside of Hawaii, according to state health officials in an email to the Star-Advertiser. As an outcome of upgraded details, state health officials said 2 Oahu cases were gotten rid of from the counts. Roughly half of the Maui cases are part of a cluster of cases at Maui Community Correctional Center, according to health authorities.
Health authorities also said today that of the states overall infection count, 674 cases were thought about to be active. The number of active cases in the state increased by 35 today.